Teeth Whitening in Wichita Falls, TX

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In a world where looks are everything, we understand why the color of your teeth is among the top of your cosmetic concerns. Fortunately, Stone Lake Dental in Wichita Falls, TX can help you address this concern with professional teeth whitening. Though there are hundreds of grocery store whitening options, we supply a product that has proven to be superior to any over-the-counter treatments currently available. Our whitening services, such as Venus White Day and Night treatments that are highly recommended by our leading dentists, can whiten your teeth by several shades, helping you maintain your beautiful results for much longer than alternative options. We use professional-strength solutions that actually work, reaching below the surface of your teeth to remove deep stains, as opposed to consumer-level solutions that only scratch the surface (quite literally) and merely produce a brighter shade of yellow at best.

Best Candidates

When assessing the pros and cons of professional vs. over-the-counter whitening solutions, you should think about what you are really attempting to accomplish. If your smile has been white your whole life and just recently started to yellow, an over-the-counter product might produce temporary results. If your teeth have deeper stains, you may be a perfect candidate for professional-strength, at-home teeth whitening provided by Stone Lake Dental. 

What To Expect

What to expect for your teeth whitening sessions depends upon the method recommended by your Stone Lake Dental dentist. Since our practice offers several treatments for successful and professional teeth whitening, the procedure chosen for you will be determined after a consultation where your goals and lifestyle will be discussed and taken into consideration. Our at-home kits are effective in helping to brighten and whiten your smile within the comfort of your own home. We will also provide necessary instructions and answer any questions that you may have about your at-home treatment. 


Following either procedure, you may experience some sensitivity to hot or cold foods, but this should subside within a couple days. As with all dental procedures, regular dental exams are highly recommended and crucial to maintaining results. These exams will check for everything, from gum and soft tissue health to the state of each tooth. Remember, just because your teeth are white doesn't necessarily mean that they are healthy. That's why regular exams are still needed. You will also receive detailed instructions pertaining to what food should and shouldn't be consumed in the future, like red wine and coffee.

Insurance Coverage

Teeth whitening is considered elective and cosmetic in nature; therefore, it is not usually covered by dental insurance providers. Nonetheless, our expert billing team can go over your dental benefits to see if any portion of your dental appointment is covered by your insurance to lower the cost of your treatment. If you do not carry dental insurance, we will be happy to speak with you about our payment options, as well as the potential for obtaining low-interest medical financing.

Professional teeth Whitening

Whitening may create quick and dramatic improvements to your smile and quite possibly, your overall appearance. If you have been considering a teeth whitening regimen but aren't sure whether professional or over-the-counter options are the proper solution, we encourage you to schedule a consultation to learn more about the benefits and risks of each method before you make your decision.

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*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.